Jevgenijs "The Hurricane" Aleksejevs gives prediction for the Canelo vs Charlo Fight

Vadims Mikeļevičs

Vadims Mikeļevičs



Hurricane: Canelo vs. Charlo Fight

In just a few days, the highly anticipated fight night will unfold as Canelo Alvarez defends his four super middleweight championships against the undefeated junior middleweight champion, Jermell Charlo. This thrilling event is set to take place at the renowned T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on September 30th.

It’s the fight that has everyone talking, but the only voice we’re listening to is the expert opinion of our own champion and new GetMindApps Ambassador Jevgenijs Aleksejevs. The undefeated boxer, with a 14-0 record after a recent demolition of French fighter Dimitri Trenel, has his say on the upcoming bout.

Plus, we look into the stats, fighting styles, and best betting tips ahead of when the bell rings late into the hours of Saturday evening. You can follow the Hurricane’s advice with new customer free bet offers and bonuses.

In this corner: Canelo Alvarez

In this corner: Canelo Alvarez

Santos Saúl Álvarez Barragán, better known as Canelo Alvarez, is a source of immense pride for Mexico and will be remembered as one of the all-time greats in the sport.

At the young age of 15, he made the transition to becoming a professional and made his debut in 2005 by defeating Abraham Gonzalez with a knockout. The reason behind his decision to face fully-grown men was due to the lack of challengers within his age group who could offer him a real test. Following his dominant victory over Gonzalez, he proceeded to knock out 11 out of his next 13 opponents within the first 19 months of his career.

With an impressive record of 59 wins, 2 losses, and 2 draws, including 39 knockout victories, he has solidified his position as the unrivaled champion in the super middleweight division. No other boxer in the annals of boxing has accomplished this feat before. In a remarkable display of skill and determination, he secured the prestigious titles of WBA (Super), WBC, and Ring magazine in 2020, and followed it up by claiming the IBF and WBO titles in 2021.

Throughout his career, he has experienced numerous exciting battles, but none were as captivating as the sequence of fights against Gennady Golovkin last year, where he ultimately emerged as the winner &— although the victory was somewhat controversial.

Beware of his body hooks as they have the potential to leave any fighter breathless.

Strengths: Counter-punching, power, methodical tactician.

Weaknesses: Stiff movement.

In this corner: Jermell Charlo

In this corner: Jermell Charlo

Jermall Charlo, a celebrated American professional boxer, is widely recognized for his exceptional accuracy and formidable strength inside the boxing ring.

Charlo, hailing from Richmond, Texas, was born on May 19, 1990. Since his inaugural professional debut in 2008, he has crafted an awe-inspiring career. Along his path, Charlo has triumphantly seized numerous middleweight titles and currently holds an immaculate record, undefeated in all his endeavors.

Charlo’s boxing style is characterised by his aggressive approach and technical proficiency, which has helped him secure victories against many esteemed fighters such as Sergiy Derevyanchenko. His career’s pinnacle came when he was crowned the WBC Middleweight Champion with a knockout win over Hugo Centeno Jr., solidifying his place among boxing’s elite.

Charlo is in for a challenging bout against the experienced and accomplished boxer, Alvarez. With his unbeaten record and formidable punches, Charlo may have an edge, but he must not overlook Alvarez’s adaptability and strategic skills. This fight holds immense significance for Charlo’s career, as it could solidify his position as a top-tier boxer or serve as a tough lesson to learn in the ring.

Strengths: Technically proficient, accurate puncher, work rate

Weaknesses: Lack of control on emotions.

Jevgenijs’ The Hurricane’ Aleksejevs’ Verdict

Jevgenijs' The Hurricane' Aleksejevs' Verdict

Why am I making such a prediction that Canelo will emerge as the victorious fighter in the upcoming bout?

My confidence in the outcome is significantly boosted by three key factors.

Recent form. It’s been over a year since Charlo last boxed, whereas Canelo had two fights against elite opponents.

Charlo is climbing two weight classes. As he said not too long ago, he’s losing speed every time he transitions into another weight class. He found a solution in a balance between striking power and speed, but the effectiveness of that strategy will be on full display in this fight.

Canelo’s experience. Despite Charlo being an undisputed champion, his opposition wasn’t on the level of Canelo’s opponents.

In order for Charlo to defeat Canelo, he must ensure he is in peak mental and physical form. It is crucial for him to stick to the game plan throughout all rounds and avoid letting his emotions dictate his actions. Charlo should maintain constant movement, avoiding spending excessive time in the center of the ring and instead keeping a safe distance. Utilizing jabs consistently will be key. It is important for Charlo to refrain from engaging in exchanges with Canelo, as the latter possesses superior punching power.

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